St. Petersburg, Florida Old Northeast Homes
ST. PETERSBURG, FLORIDA OLD NORTHEAST HOMES
Historic Old Northeast is a very desirable “Storybook Neighborhood”.
When I walk out my door in the morning, I must remind myself that I didn’t die and go to heaven, I am, lucky to live in the Historic Northeast.
Historic Old Northeast Neighborhood is so charming with its brick streets and granite curbs, you would think that it came out of a fairy tale book.
This neighborhood offers historic homes from the 1920’s, Bungalows with wrap-around porches, brick streets, pristine landscaping, mother-in-law suites, and even some new construction.
All this among lush green settings with Jacarandas, pines, palms and magnolias.
Love the friendly neighbors…
Anytime you are out and about, you find friendly smiles from the neighbors. Historic Old Northeast is one of the best neighborhoods in St. Pete. People who live here want to be in the heart of St. Petersburg and experience the energy and all its venues, events, and restaurants. They are happy neighbors...
Walkable and Highly Bikeable
Not only is the community divine, but it is right next to the best of what downtown St. Pete has to offer, while still living in a real neighborhood.
Old Northeast is right next door to downtown, where you can walk to Vinoy Park and the Pier, which hosts several main attractions from music to art.
Living in the Old Northeast neighborhood makes it convenient to take a stroll or hop on your bike to your favorite local restaurant, shop, or brewery. You can get there in minutes and not worry about the hassle of parking.
The homes in this neighborhood are so stunning that strolling down the sidewalk is a tour of a neighborhood you only see in magazines. During your walk, you may even come across a community library.
Shade yourself under the lush landscape and trees while you listen to the harmony of birds chirping.
This neighborhood in Northeast St.Pete is a short walk to Tampa Bay, with various parks along the water such as Flora Wylie Park, Elva Rouse Park, North Shore Park, and Gizella Kopsick Palm Arboretum.
Town Center and Recreation
The community of St. Pete’s “Northeast” even has its own shopping center within the neighborhood. The locals love to grab a beer at Old Northeast Tavern or a coffee at Black Crow.
You can experience multiple types of pools at North Shore Aquatic Center, nearby Beach Volleyball courts, outdoor gym, and tennis courts.
People flock to the old Northeast Community Events; they come early and stay late…especially the Holiday Events. These events bring the people out of their home and onto the streets, which is always an over-the-top spectacle of celebration.
This community loves to celebrate! The Old Northeast hosts the biggest Halloween event in town. Hundreds of family’s flock to this neighborhood to see the most creative Halloween decorations and skits, it will truly blow your mind!
During Christmas it is common to see hundreds of participants in the lighted bike parade, Christmas carolers, or someone taking a ride on a horse drawn carriage.
Check this out. The average sale price of a home in the Old Northeast is $725,914, which is 17% up from last year. These homes are desirable as the median days to contract is 5 days while the median time to sales is normally 39 days for other areas. Currently, single family home prices range from $700,000 to $13,000,000+ in this beautiful Historic Old Northeast Neighborhood.